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Judge Dismisses Felony Charge for Mother of Abused Infant

A Campbell County judge ruled Friday afternoon to dismiss a felony charge for Keasha Bullinger, 28, the mother of an allegedly abused 4-month-old infant that suffered 31 broken bones.   Circuit Court Judge Wendy Bartlett, of the Sixth Judicial District,...

Wyoming’s Missing People: Part I

Imagine if your son left one day and never came home. Disappeared into thin air, never to be seen or heard from again.  This is exactly what happened to Dawn Englebert. Her son Chance, who...

Wyoming Supreme Court Reverses Conviction in Sundance Murder Case

A Sundance woman will have another day in court after successfully winning her appeal to the Wyoming Supreme Court Friday. Marty Smith was charged and convicted as an accessory in the death of Doug Haar...
Haul trucks sit idle at Eagle Butte Mine July 1, 2019, after employees were escorted from the property and the gates locked.

Gunnin’ for Hoops

By Jennifer Kocher and Mark Christensen, Outliers News New county attorney looks to bring charges against former Blackjewel CEO Jeff Hoops New Campbell County Attorney Mitch Damsky is making good on his promise to look into...

Part IV: Supply and Demand

There’s a perception that human trafficking is a big-city problem that doesn’t happen in rural states like Wyoming. The truth is, however, that its ruralness and connectivity to major interstates makes the state prime for underground...

Part III: Grooming Victims

There’s a perception that human trafficking is a big-city problem that doesn’t happen in rural states like Wyoming. The truth is, however, that its ruralness and connectivity to major interstates makes the state prime for underground...

Part II: Debunking the Myths

This is part II of a multi-part series. Part I - Operating in the Shadows | Part II - Debunking the Myths | Part III - Grooming Victims | Part IV - Supply and Demand One...

Part I: Operating in the Shadows

There’s a perception that human trafficking is a big-city problem that doesn’t happen in rural states like Wyoming. The truth is, however, that its ruralness and connectivity to major interstates makes the state prime for underground...